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Bayer Testimonial - Lab Technician LIMS
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Learn how Bayer Material Science uses LIMS (laboratory information management system) to provide automated scheduling, monitor quality and stability over time, and generate reliable results: Bianca Rexmann, Lab Technician for Bayer Material Science, talks about the importance of SampleManager LIMS in how they test the quality and stability of coatings over time in various conditions. She discusses the importance of how the LIMS allows her to see her daily work, view her work in progress and the results and verify that the results are reliable and high quality. For more information about SampleManager LIMS, including case studies, technical information and published articles, visit www.thermoscientific.com/samplemanager10

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